Is there a tutorial on algorithms starting with the basics of using C++?

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Prompt, please, a tutorial / book that covers algorithms and flowcharts (preferably) at least some part of the book (Chapter, section), using the C++ language. Not Pascal, Fortran, namely C++. You can even just si. It is possible with a bias in maths-level about student 1st -, 2nd year.
Understand that the requirements are excessive, but what if ).
PS If there is a book, not quite appropriate, too, would like at least that there is to consider.
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Yes you don't get attached to language. Algorithm-the algorithm is that it can be implemented on anything. On the contrary, it is necessary to take a book with no implementation or implementation in a language other than your primary. I read about the algorithm and then implement it immediately in your language. What's the point in reading ready implementations? You all will fly out of my head the next day. As you realize that have dealt with the algorithm? And on the leaflet on the social security to write it? First write its implementation, and then Google a good implementation of this algorithm in the same language, to see how it was possible to do this and implemented it well enough. Do not look for easy ways and do practice! Don't learn the language (first and foremost), and learn basic stuff.
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